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Diana Sperling (British painter& illustrator) 1791-1862. Murdering Flies,"Mrs. Sperling murdering flies, assisted by her maid who received the dead & wounded.Published in,"Mrs. Hurst Dancing & Other Scenes from Regency Life",

I love this fabulously quirky Regency-era watercolor by Diana Spurling (from the books Mrs Hurst Dances)

12 luglio 1805 I membri della famiglia Andriessen guardano lo scavo della latrina,situato sotto il marciapiede, a quanto pare c'è un ratto. Collezione: Archives Amsterdam City

12 luglio 1805 I membri della famiglia Andriessen guardano lo scavo della latrina,situato sotto il marciapiede, a quanto pare c'è un ratto. Collezione: Archives Amsterdam City

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Full: Front Social satire: a maid tries to prevent the husband coming through one door, the alarmed wife holds up her hand in the centre and her lover escapes through the back door. February 1824 Hand-coloured etching © The Trustees of the British Museum

"Mrs. Hurst dancing" (older lady in cap dancing alone). So, the "jumper" could transition to evening. Dated Sept. 1816, perhaps sleeves were good for a cool evening in an old unheated house.

Hurst dancing" (older lady in cap dancing alone). So, the "jumper" could transition to evening. Dated Sept. perhaps sleeves were good for a cool evening in an old unheated house.

Image ID:  lwlpr00121  Call Number:  779.00.00.03+  Title:  The pretty maid buying a love song  Published:  [London] : Printed for & sold by Carington Bowles, at his Map & Print Warehouse, No. 69 in St. Pauls Church Yard, London, published as the act directs, [1779]    LWL

"The Pretty Maid Buying a Love Song" printed for Carrington Bowles, after a painting by Henry Walton.

After a well concerted plan digested on many a sleepless pillow one oversight to leave the Queen unguarded and the misery of hearing an unharmonizing tone from your adversary that there is check. Pappy and Mum [Diane Sperling]

After a well concerted plan digested on many a sleepless pillow one oversight to leave the Queen unguarded and the misery of hearing an unharmonizing tone from your adversary that there is check. Pappy and Mum [Diane Sperling]

Maid, W.H. Pyne, Microcosm of London

Regency Servants: Maid of All Work

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Young lady playing the "diabolo" game, from Costumes Parisiens, 1812 (The game was known as "The Devil on Two Sticks" in England at the time; the name "diabolo" was only invented later.

FIVE ENGLISH BLUE-GLASS SPIRIT DECANTERS AND STOPPERS 1800-1810   Something a gentleman might have in his study or library.

FIVE ENGLISH BLUE-GLASS SPIRIT DECANTERS AND STOPPERS 1800-1810 Something a gentleman might have in his study or library.

Shopping on the move: the street traders of Georgian London

Shopping on the move: the street traders of Georgian London

From fat geese to hat boxes, almost anything could be bought from pedlars on London’s streets. Shopping on the move: the street traders of Georgian London

Jackson's Boxing Emporium

The Old One-Two: Boxing in Regency England by Regina Scott (image is of Jackson's Boxing Emporium)

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